I have been told that a good gardener knows when to murder plants. What?!
Our winter veggies are still producing and yet they are in the way. I need to get spring crops in the ground as soon as possible. Timing the transition of winter to spring can be tricky and I’m using a new technique this year.
Intentional plant murder has never been my strength. Now, accidental plant murder – well, that I can do with skill.
Luckily, several plants made it easy for me to pull them out. They bolted…
I have been particularly fond of my brussels sprouts this year and have felt reluctant to give up their space in the garden.
I was relieved to see the brussels bolting, it makes it easier to pull them out. However, most of them haven’t bolted but I need the space for bush beans. I can solve that dilemma by interplanting bean seeds among the brussels.
I experimented with interplanting in the winter garden with garlic and onions. They aren’t ready to harvest yet so I’ve interplanted spring crops among them.
I love that spring gardens have flowers!
The most exciting thing in my garden at the moment is this beauty…
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